Strangely I found this renew intensive skin therapy kit on an Acne site!
But, that doesn't matter to me! It's inexpensive and really improved my skin texture. It helped reduce that "crepey skin look" and I noticed my pores seem less visible too.
I love the way my skin looks after a professional facial or microdermabrasion treatment.
A deep cleaning professional facial really perks-up my complexion.....But I can't afford a professional facial monthly :-(
And, it seems the older I get, the more often I need to exfoliate and polish my skin to get that lucid, smooth, clean pore look.
I still love my old stand-by: Baking soda scrub paste (which is a simple mixture of a little water or little olive oil).
But I think the older I get - the more my skin needs a more intense exfoliating facial.
There are a ton of glycolic acids and at-home skin peeling kits but for skin of a certain age, these can be a little to drying...............
At least that's been my experience. I couldn't use them.
And I'll NEVER use prescription Retin-A again. My skin didn't do well with it at all.
Then I read several articles about Fruit Acids and how they're gentle for mature or sensitive skin, but really help "un-glue" skin cell bonds - which is what causes that dull, flaky look.
I saw some results after the first facial. My skin looked a little bit like it does after a professional microdermabrasion facial.
Plump, hydrate, super smooth and clear. I love that look!
Then in about two/three weeks later my skin started to look bit a dull again.......so I gave myself another at-home renew intensive skin therapy facial.
I love that. I can get these facials when I feel I need them at home.
I found out that after a certain age, our collagen production starts to slow down as does the skin's ability to shed dead cells....which contributes to a dull a complexion.
Plus, all those dead skin cells usually settle into lines and wrinkles on your face - further exaggerating their appearance.
This means the older you are - the more often you can benefit from a intense exfoliation treatment.
In fact, most people over the age of 35, can benefit from regular renewing facial treatments.
Who can benefit from this type of facial? Anyone with dull, damaged, uneven tone, blotches, or hyperpigmentation, left over acne breakout blotches.....
So whether you have left over scars and marks from acne or you're starting to battle those tiny fine lines and crinkles/wrinkles - this renew intensive skin therapy facial can probably help.
And by the time we're in our 40's and 50's -- our skin starts to look a little dull and worn out!
This is also the time we start to see damage from previous years
of neglect, excess sun exposure, and breakouts - like red and brown
spots, freckles, and blotchy uneven tone.
A skin eraser facial
can really help "polish" your complexion and diminish imperfections. In addition to reducing rough dry bumpy patches and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Whether it's hyperpigmentation due to sun damage and aging or spots
and scars from previous breakouts or acne, there are several options to
get clearer skin.
Of course the fastest methods - but most expensive - are laser
resurfacing and chemical peels. These treatments are very effective for
removing different types of brown spots and solar lentigines on the
face. But, you may need repeated treatments for best results.
Also, you need to set aside some time for healing as side effects include swelling, scarring, scabbing or crusting, peeling, and redness.
Most people can return to work after 7-14 day using camouflage makeup
until the skin is completely healed.
Other options include professional microdermabrasion which can
help reduce moderate to severe photodamage, lines and certain scars.
It has been suggested that a monthly dermabrasion treatment over
the course of a year provides similar results to a light chemical peel.
Bleaching creams like Hydroquinone might work for some people
with discoloration like melasma - but the safety of this bleaching cream
For example, Hydroquinone has been banned in certain countries in
Europe due to possible connections with cancer. So this may not be the
best choice at this time.
If you have more time than money and want a more simple, inexpensive
renew intensive skin therapy, then consider the skin eraser facial kit.
This facial is powerful with a 30% professional-grade serum,
so start slowly and always follow directions exactly as recommended.
While results may not be as dramatic as professional laser
treatments - this facial can help smooth and even out your complexion
for much less cost and minimal side effects.
While most people see immediate improvement in their complexion after the first treatment - best results are seen in 3-5 weeks.
This two step natural process helps increase cell turnover to allow
new fresh cells to come to the surface which – over time – gives you a
clearer, smoother, younger complexion.
The first step polishes and scrubs the upper dermis with a dermabrasion cream that contains exfoliating micro-spheres.
You can use the polishing cream on the neck and chest (another
area that shows signs of aging too). This cream also prepares the dermis
so the second step (the skin eraser serum) can penetrate deeply for
The second step a ascorbic-glycolic-lactic-acid serum that helps reduce lines, wrinkles, and discoloration. Studies show that glycolic acid is as effective as hydroquinone for lightening but safer to use.
This 30% professional grade serum is potent – so a little goes a long way. In
terms of cost, this renewing "home" facial is a very inexpensive way to
revive your complexion and keep it clean, smooth, even, and hydrated.
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And while this treatment is intensive it is suitable for sensitive skin types of all colors.
Also, regardless of which renew intensive skin therapy you use - make sure to follow the instructions well and always use a good sunscreen, avoid tanning beds, or prolonged exposure to the sun while using any of the treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions - Need more information?
Crepey Under Eye Skin? - This can help.
Causes of hyperpigmentation - Brown spots or liver spots can affect people of all colors.
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